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Forum BEHAVIOR My bunny pees on my bed

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    • Fritter parent Avern
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        She just started doing this I had her for a month before this and only recently has she been peeing on my bed


      • Bam
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          How old is your bun? If she’s starting puberty, this could be about pee marking. If this is the case, getting her spayed could help, but it’s not a guarantee.

          Unfortunately, rabbits do like to pee on soft things, like beds and sofas and blankets. There is no easy solution to this. The best thing is to block the bun’s access to the bed. This should be done even if she is young and you plan on having her spayed later, because its important that she doesnt get into the habit of peeing on the bed. Habits are hard to break.

           


        • LBJ10
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            You’ve only had her a month? Sounds to me that perhaps she is just becoming more comfortable and has decided to start “claiming” new territory. Bunnies are notorious for wanting to pee on soft surfaces, especially ones that smell strongly of their human.


            • Fritter parent Avern
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                Well I’m glad she is getting more comfortable but sad she is choosing to express that by peeing on my bed lol. (good thing I was smart enough to keep a waterproof mattress protector on my bed lol).


            • DanaNM
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                Yeah some buns just like to pee on soft things and beds especially. I know one member would put a shower curtain under a thin blanket on top of the bed. It helped protect the bedding, but also blocked the scent of the bed so the bun marked less as well. There are also lots of water proof puppy blankets available now that might serve the same purpose.

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              • Dally
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                  My bun did the same thing. I got a protective cover for my bed and blocked off that area of my room.

                   

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